Sermons on Colossians
Many criticize Christians for seeking to spread the Gospel of Christ to the lost. There’s something these critics need to look back into history and know like many of us do: Every thing changes when God shows up.
We need to be aware of the windows of opportunity that God gives us in our lives and take the time to take advantage of those opportunities for eternity sake.
When it comes to our lives, we need to ask ourselves who is first? Is Christ first in your life?
Evangelist Ken Lynch preached our evening message based on Colossians 1:12-19.
Christ is all. In recognizing this, we need to have a passion for Christ and to be a disciple of Christ.
We must come to the reality that there is nothing like the gospel of Christ and there is no one like the Christ of the gospel. Today we look at how there’s no one like the Christ of the gospel.
We preach Christ. But to preach Christ, we must know Christ! Christ is all in all things!
Evangelist Mike Pelletier preached a message on the significance of Jesus Christ. Understanding the significance of Christ will help us to live our lives for God.
We need to focus on doing a great work for God. We also need to be aware that the enemy is always trying to get us off track when we are trying to do things for God.
Many people have goals for their life. The Apostle Paul’s goals were to preach where Christ was not heard, to perfect the saints, to press for the prize, to please the Lord, to glorify Christ, and to finish his work. The Apostle Paul’s life goals are what Christ wants our life goals to be.